Animal Crossing: City Folk

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Animal Crossing: City Folk
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Engine Changed Animal Crossing: Wild World engine
Platform(s) Wii
Genre(s) Social simulation
Rating(s) CERO: A

ESRB: E OFLC: G PEGI: 3+

Media Wii Optical Disc
Input methods Wii Remote, Nunchuk, WiiSpeak, USB Keyboard, Nintendo DS

Animal Crossing: City Folk is a life simulation video game made by Nintendo for the Wii game console. It is the third game in the Animal Crossing series. It has online play, and supports an accessory called Wii Speak.

Gameplay[change | edit source]

The game takes place in a small village. The player can also interact with other animal villagers by talking and interacting with them. They can also visit a store owned by Tom Nook for goods or clothes. One other thing the player can do is visit a museum to donate fishes, bugs, and fossils. The player may ride a bus to go to the city, which is a thing you could not do in Animal Crossing games that were released earlier than this one. There, other activities will include shopping at a fashion clothing store called GracieGrace, a theatre called the Marquee, which allows you to learn how to do new emotion faces, an office for the "Happy Room Academy" (a place that gives you tips on how to design the house that the player has in the game) , a "black market" owned by a fox named Redd, a salon called Shampoodle, and a shop owned by Katrina, a fortune teller.

Reception[change | edit source]

Animal Crossing: City Folk won awards for being one of the best games of E3.